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Young people and e-cigarettes: what we know so far

Photo of woman smoking e-cigaretteProf Linda Bauld has blogged in The Conversation:

“Thanks to decades of action against tobacco, smoking rates among children and young people are in decline: far fewer teenagers are now taking up smoking than in the past.

“In England, for example, just 3% of 11 to 15-year-olds are regular smokers, with similar figures in Scotland and elsewhere in the UK. This is welcome news, and will play a significant role in protecting the adults of the future from the 14 types of cancer linked to smoking, as well as other diseases such as heart disease and stroke.

“Over the same period…”

Check the full article here.

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